Future Saver is available to applicants over 18 who have parental responsibility for the child they’re saving for. The child must be aged 15 or under and must live at the same address as the applicant for at least some of the time. Applicants can only open one account per child.

Future Saver can be opened online or in branch.

To open Future Saver online, you must already have a Nationwide savings or current account, mortgage or credit card, and your child must hold a Nationwide savings or current account (so we know who you both are and don’t need to do any ID checks).

If you don’t, you can open a Future Saver in branch.

I want to open a Future Saver account

You can open a Future Saver account using our secure online form.

If you already have a Nationwide current account or instant-access savings account, you can even move money into your Future Saver as part of account opening. You’ll need your sort code and account number to do this.

As your child is new to our society, you’ll need to visit a Nationwide branch to open this account. You'll need to bring proof of ID for you and your child (if they don't already have a Nationwide savings or current account) when you pop in.

As you’re new to our society, you’ll need to visit a Nationwide branch to open this account. You'll need to bring proof of ID for you and your child (if they don't already have a Nationwide savings or current account) when you pop in.

Future Saver is only available to those with parental responsibility for the child they’re saving for.


Options if you don't have parental responsibility

You can choose to contribute to a Future Saver account that's been opened for the child, or you can open a different account for the child in your own name.